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Unveiling benefits of liquid gold: Spoonful for insomnia and immune boost

Unveiling benefits of liquid gold: Spoonful for insomnia and immune boost Honey will help with combating insomnia (Collage RBC-Ukraine)
Author: Daria Shekina

Natural honey has a significant impact on our health and well-being, which is why it's sometimes referred to as liquid gold. If you suffer from insomnia, it's worth consuming honey not only in the morning, according to the Polish media outlet PrzyślijPrzepis.

Benefits of honey

Honey is a wonderful alternative to sweets; it's also a great sugar substitute, for example in coffee or tea, and can be a tasty addition to sandwiches. Moreover, it has numerous beneficial properties—just a teaspoon a day is enough to feel its positive impact on the body.

Honey and insomnia relief

For those struggling to fall asleep at night, honey can be a great remedy. It helps combat insomnia and is suitable for individuals experiencing poor sleep quality, frequently waking up at night.

Honey stimulates the production of melatonin—the hormone responsible for deep and healthy sleep. It also has calming properties and effectively restores the nervous system. Consuming one teaspoon of honey an hour before bedtime helps you relax at night. However, remember to choose genuine and high-quality honey to improve sleep.

Honey also boosts the immune system

Regular and prolonged consumption of honey mobilizes the body to produce more immune cells, which is particularly important during periods of high infection rates. Additionally, honey regenerates our liver and enhances its function.

This liquid gold also aids in fat burning (you can burn up to 10 times more fat than those who don't consume honey). It's excellent for improving well-being and has a beneficial effect on the nervous system (alleviating states of hyperactivity and neuroses).

As we mentioned earlier, this miraculous drink helps cleanse your body after the New Year holidays.

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